More TGI (Total Game Intergration) events. Those are usually pretty awesome. The Dead Island, Kill Zone 3 and Uncharted 3 TGIs were very popular.
I thought they were a great way to promote a game and hope that those Developers, and others, can see how fun (and hopefully profitable) TGIs in Home are.
Can we have differently colored ballet leotards, mantyhose, yoga pants, and ballet poses?
Different colored leotards with/without skirt option. (Black, white, grey, or no tights)
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I'd pay for a black unicorn LMo, all they would have to do is either color the current lockwood uni black or put a horn on the black horse
I'd also like to see centaurs and Minitaurs, either as companions, Lmo, or suits( I know there are minitaur suits already)
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Personally, I'd like to see a Public Space, or 3, themed after the 3 mains areas in RE6, including Edonia, Tall Oaks Cathedral and Subway, and China Market and Towers... possibly even the Neo Umbrella ocean base and Simmons' Sub. They could include mini games to win unique RE6 related virtual items, such as weapons to be carried or displayed in Personal Spaces.
While on this topic, more Resident Evil related costumes, such as Leon, Jake, Ada, Helena, Sherry, Carla, Simmons, etc. Mostly cuz I miss the RE5 Kijuju Studio Space.
I'd like to see a space dedicated to showing off historical landmarks and events (national or international). Sort of like a museum about American (or world) history. Have displays of the Lincoln Memorial, the Golden Gate Bridge, the Hindenburg disaster and many others. And when we enter or approach, we can activate a switch that wil play an audio, video or text description as to what the display represents.
Along with this, we can recieve or purchase items or clothing based on the event or place. And maybe have a game sorting out a mixed up timeline where nothing makes sense...? Example: The Revolutionary War happening in the 1960s...